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FOX Business
Mar 9, 2013 9:00pm EST
hard to fight the education block. that's our show, tonight. >> and now, john stossel. john: schools are lousy. what would you do part of the government's monopoly? one school chancellor fired under performing teachers. that made teachers mad. >> she's misled, misguided, and doing that to other people. >> she's not trained, doesn't know what real teaching is. john: what a terrible choice to lead schools and called the hatchet lady. "time" made her look like a witch. who is this awful person? let's ask her. michelle rhe, joins us from california. you made people mad. >> yes, i did. >> you fired 36 principals, 200 some teachers, closed school, and eventually pushed out in washington, d.c.. >> yeah. well, remember, that when i took over the district, it was the lowest performing and most distucksal district in the entire country. what i did were things i thought were obvious, close low performing failing schools failing children for decades. i'm going to fire ineffective employees, pay the effective ones more money, cut a central office bureaucracy out of control in half. those were the
FOX Business
Mar 8, 2013 12:00am EST
. >> why it's hard to fight the education block. that's our show, tonight. >> and now, john stossel. john: schools are lousy. what would you do part of the government's monopoly? one school chancellor fired under performing teachers. that made teachers mad. >> she's misled, misguided, and doing that to other people. >> she's not trained, doesn't know what real teaching is. john: what a terrible choice to lead schools and called the hatchet lady. "time" made her look like a witch. who is this awful person? let's ask her. michelle rhe, joins us from california. you made people mad. >> yes, i did. >> you fired 36 principals, 200 some teachers, closed school, and eventually pushed out in washington, d.c.. >> yeah. well, remember, that when i took over the district, it was the lowest performing and most distucksal district in the entire country. what i did were things i thought were obvious, close low performing failing schools failing children for decades. i'm going to fire ineffective employees, pay the effective ones more money, cut a central office bureaucracy out of control in half.
Current
Mar 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
. >> john: rand paul completes his efic 13 hour drone attack filibuster and promises to go back to being the socially backwards ayn rand acolyte liberals love to hate. the department has promised to look into drones that drop ayn rand novels from the sky. arkansas republicans have struck a blow against abortion, the most restrictive law in all of america. if they can just get rid of reading, they'll have the perfect state at least women still have the right to leave arkansas. >> barack obama takes a group of republican senators out for a fancy dinner. sean hannity demands to know why this president so obviously hates lunch. today is the birthday of bryan cranston comedian wanda sykes and the late great singer-songwriter townes van zandt. on this date, u.s.a. for africa's "we are the world" was released to the world bringing people of all nations all races and creeds together say in unison, why the hell is dan aykroyd on this record? this is "viewpoint." >> john: good evening, i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." president obama hasn't given up hopes yet for a grand bargain with repub
FOX News
Mar 4, 2013 12:00am PST
i don't. huckabee is next. >> . >> john: this hour. >> i am kicking the can down the road. >> john: is that what this is going to be a bare knuckled brawl. >> already is. >> do you see courage out there. >> i'd like to see a heck after lot more. they all agree on the problem. >> everything we know is going to be gone unless we do something. >> the nation's debt is out of control. >> the underlying economic resolution. >> time is running short. >> they keep saying that we need to draw a line in the sand. >> will they cut? >> this really is sad, john, to have the chief executive of this land scaring people. >> or will they run? >> the leadership is headed over to the white house at the 11th hour, it makes them a little bit nervous. are they right to be nervous? >> fox news reporting, showdown on debt row. from the nation's capital, here is john roberts. >> something jn washington, something just about everyone in this city said would never happen, even though everybody knew something had to be done. if you've been following the sequester battle through the endless stream of sound bit
Current
Mar 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
testimony. tomorrow also i'll be on "the war room." stay tune for "viewpoint." you. >> john: so with the 2014 presidential race be between jeb bush and hillary clinton? i don't know i'm just glad our forefathers had that whole war to get away from inherited power. and he's back from north korea. dennis rodman is done sucking up to a buffoonish leader and he's going on donald trump. and mitt and ann romney are back to remind you that the media covered whether president obama was even born here was in the tank for president obama. and today is the 100th anniversary of the u.s. department of labor. happyhappy birthday. and it's the birthday of chaz bono, everybody loves chaz bono, and rick perry. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: good evening, i'm john fugelsang, and this is "viewpoint." while most of the political world indulged in its latest spectator sport, blaming each other over the the sequester president obama named three nominees to the cap innocent post. energy, office of management and budget. leaving the blame game to the white house press secretary jay carney
FOX Business
Mar 2, 2013 1:00am EST
. ♪ >> congress allows this meat cleaver approach to take place. john: a meat cleaver? the presidents of the sequestered cuts are like using a meat cleaver on the budget. if only that were true because i would say believe away. because if we don't to my generation, in effect, steals from younger people. it's like we baby boomers do this. >> i need to take this. >> what are you doing? >> i'm old. i need this. i need this. i'm going to take this. >> sake, give that back. john: taking banks from kids is nice for me, but the rest of you have to deal with the debt bomb. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. john: i am sure thankful to all you young people out there so that i can take things like these from you. okay. i don't really need them. i don't want to steal from and people, but that is exactly what my government has arranged for me to do. i am 65 years old. i am now entitled to medicare, social security, and wealth transfer operation that takes from the young and gives to the old him even the affluent old. and it is unsustainable. nowhere near enough money to pay fo
Current
Mar 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
" and john fuglesang right now. >> john: hugo chavez may be dead but he's a hero to millions for getting the american need ya to go a whole day without mention the sequester. donald trump has been deemed sufficiently unelectable to speak at cpac. "the daily caller" published a story that might not be true. senator menendez might not have hired a prostitute so maybe he is just not really a senator. today is the birthday of the late andy gibb, football hero fred williamson and everybody's favorite libertarian, pan gillette. john mccain vowed to block the celebrity all-stars until he gets the answers he wants on benefit -- benghazi. this is "viewpoint." >> john: good evening i'm john fuglesang. leading off tonight with a major international story the death of venezuelan president hugh go chavez. the 58-year-old former paratrooper died earlier today following a two-year struggle with cancer. he served as venezuela's controversial president for 14 years. he used the oil reserves to promote what he called a 21st century socialist revolution at home and a bol verrian allowance throughou
Current
Mar 6, 2013 5:00pm PST
of john brennan for the c.i.a. he said he would vote to keep the executive branch within the constitution so they cannot execute u.s. citizens on u.s. soil without a trial. god bless, rand paul. words i never thought i would be saying. we'll have more on this story later tonight. >> goldmangoldman sachs is celebrating that there is a party so loud that no one is going to have to hear the class struggles. plus attorney general holder said the president has the power to attack americans on u.s. soil only extraordinary circumstance. and rand paul filibusters against drone strikes that kills americans and is mocked for for things that most democrats are not liberal enough to talk about. and today is the birthday of shaquille o'neil. david gilmore of pink floyd and the late lou costello. all that and more ask a tea partyer, this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: hi, i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." if it's money you love, and you're a card carrying member of the 1% then happy days are here again. but if you're part of the 99 measures, you may be waiting for
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2013 9:00pm EST
annual conference. >> she would grow to be the equal of john advance as confidante and dearest friend. she revealed herself as an 18th- century woman, but her concerns sound very modern to us today. >> john and abigail adams have become so prominent because of these collection of papers. >> the story of abigail adams and the revolutionary war is the story of sacrifice, commitment to country. she rose to the occasion. >> she was opposed to slavery. >> she was quiet behind-the- scenes spread sheet you cannot rule without including what women want. >> the backdrop to the occupancy of the white house is one of political -- personal tragedy. >> she is worried about her husband and offenses against slander. she is concerned about her children, their upbringing, their education. >> she could hold her own with anybody. she was her husband's equal. >> born in 1744, at the dell smith married john adams at age 19. they had five children together, including a future president. ahead of her time in many ways she pence this to our has been during the american revolution. all history at every
Current
Mar 4, 2013 6:00am PST
boehlert from media matters coming up. john fuglesang, sexy liberal and melissa fitzgerald, actress jacki, the third member of our truffle. hot brie. she, jim, is sleeping at my house. >> oh, really? >> do tell. >> stephanie: i know you picture naked pillow fights and all. guess what we did. we watched the replay of "meet the press" and talked [ bleep ] about david gregory. that's what we did. >> you're a little too scandalous today. that's what political geeks do. that was our naughty slumber party. >> she had just flown in from d.c. if i'm not mistaken. >> she's moving to my hood! >> i've lost her to you. you have greater negotiating skills than i do. she moved out of my neighborhood and into yours. >> stephanie: you lost the turf war. >> seriously. >> stephanie: we'll talk about "meet the press." it is just a chiron. are both sides equally to blame for the sequester? [ screaming ] >> it is enough to make your head explode. >> stephanie: here she is, jacki schechner, fair and balanced in the current news center. >> president obama will make a few personnel announcements. he's expe
CSPAN
Mar 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
herself as an18th century women but her concerns sound very modern to us today. >> john and abigail adams had become so prominent in the minds of americans because of the collection papers and the publications that have opened them up to the world. >> the story of abigail adams in the revolutionary wares the story of sacrifice, of commitment to country and abigail rose to the occasion. >> abigail was adamantly opposed to slavery. >> she was quite a behind the scenes dynamo, think. you cannot rule without including what women want and what women have to contribute. >> the backdrop of the adam's brief occupancy of the white house is what political defeat and personal tragedy. >> she is worried about her husband and defendeds him against slander. she is concerned about her children and their upbringing and their education. >> she could hold her own with anybody in her own time and she was her husband's equal. >> abigail smith married john adams at age 19. over 54 years of marriage, they have five children together including a future president. ahead of the time in many ways, and a writer per
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 1:30pm EST
she and how are other women affected by the american revolution? many of you know that john adams was gone for most of that decade that overlap the american revolution from 1774 to 1784. and during that decade he put abigail in charge not only of his farm. and the finances too. i was happy to discover in this room five years ago, while working on my previous book that abigail adams ran the addams family finances much better than her husband never had. she had a saying that we sign a version of today, nothing ventured, nothing had which kind of scared john because he was conservative not only politically but in his temperament and finances too. she scared him with some of what she did but in the process she made in a rich man. i am looking for progress because i am from virginia and you know his successors as president, thomas jefferson from monticello and james madison of monte leader when they died they died so deep in debt that those two beautiful plantations had to be sold to pay the debt. not so john adams. he had a lot to do with that with his legal career but that ended 50 years
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2013 10:30pm EST
without abigail, there is no john. without john, there is no abigail. >> don is important to history. -- john is important to history during for that, abigail is important. >> yes. with the support she provided to him in europe, in the presidency, in the vice presidency, she was so trustworthy that she could to carry things. so he could go off and be this great public person, which was exactly what she wanted. >> our thanks for helping us understand more about the life and legacy of america's second first lady abigail adams. thank you for your time here at >> thank you. [captioning performed bynational captioning institute] [captions copyright nationalcable satellite corp. 2013] >> next monday, how a young quaker widow turned into the woman that america remembers, dolly madison. she hosted afternoon parties for politicians on different sides of the aisle. and although she was frightened as british troops were on their way to burn the white house, she boldly saved the fortress of george washington. our website has more about the first ladies, including a special section, welco
Comedy Central
Mar 8, 2013 10:30am PST
rand paul kentucky right now filibustering president obama's choice for c.i.a. director john brennan. senator paul said he will talk until he no longer can. you talk and talk to prevent a vote. >> stephen: talking and talking and talking to fill hours of empty time. [laughter] it's the story cable news was born to cover. [ laughter ] folks, senator paul started his filibuster in response to the answer he received from attorney general eric holder to this question: >> can the u.s. government carry out drone strikes against american citizens on u.s. soil? >> the attorney general, eric holder, has made a surprising statement, yes but only under extraordinary circumstanceses. >> stephen: like an endless war with a faceless enemy fought by remote control flying killbots. how often does that happen? [laughter] the first question was al qaeda enemy combatant. over the course of the 13 straight hours he raised a slippery slope question the answer to which he received this afternoon. >> the administration has responded with a letter from attorney general holder to rand paul. i'm quoti
SFGTV
Mar 8, 2013 9:30pm PST
companies. thank you very much >> next speaker. i'm going to call a couple of names. paula, john, john, john, stephanie. good morning commissioners i'm amy i live at devonshire way right at the corner down the block from crestline. i'm thankful that you have listening to my neighbors. i would ask that you consider the concerns of the folks. we're the folks who are going to be living through the construction and living with the traffic and safety issues because this project may or may not be built. and my fellow neighbor who mentioned the traffic issues from one home have been considerable. the maps you've been shown on designate that crestmont has two streets that will funnel into that. but this project is located closer to filth oath than warren drive. i understand there was issues with the owner of the apartment building. but i would echo something it is pedestrian traffic to the avenue. and also, if possible in the greatest scheme of things if there were road access to the after it would benefit the residents of the construction and the resident of crestmont because it's such a long
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 8:35pm EST
representatives, the honorable john boehner. [applause]>> good morning and welcome to the united states capitol. this is a red letter day for the american people, and i am glad you are all here and are taking part in the celebration. since the era of reconstruction, this chamber, which once was the hall of the house of representatives, has become home to statues sent by the states. today, we gather to dedicate a national statue of the late rosa parks in recognition of her many contributions to this nation and to the cause of freedom. it is the first statue of an african-american woman to be placed in this capital. [applause]we are honored to be joined by the president of the united states and members of his and ministration -- his administration. [applause]this is a homecoming of sorts for mrs. parks, who for more than 20 years was an assistant to representative john conyers of michigan. [applause]i want to thank all of the members of congress who are here and work to make this day possible. also with azar eugene dolled -- tor, andllalb, the sculpu the codesigner of the statue. [applause]it is
MSNBC
Mar 6, 2013 2:00am PST
, specifically because john brennan's been busy, because he was nominated to run the cia in early january. so he's essentially been too busy since then to keep droning the heck out of yemen and pakistan. well, if drone strikes rise and fall with how busy john brennan is, if he gets confirmed as cia director the day after tomorrow, should we expect the drone pace to then pick back up? maybe or maybe not. last week, former white house press secretary robert gibbs said something on this show that i don't think got enough attention. he said, he thinks that john brennan believes when it comes to drone strikes that they should be handled by the military and not by the super secretive cia. >> i think what john believes is, when we need to deal with any aspect of military activities, those military activities should be conducted by the pentagon. and i think that, again, is a change in the program, because, again, john understands where we are is just not sustainable. >> that's a big deal. if it is true that the new cia director doesn't think the cia should be killing people with drones, that the
FOX Business
Mar 10, 2013 3:00am EDT
and cut back the military aid. i want to see more democratic reforms in egypt. >> john, are you for this or against it? >> i'm against it, but let's not give it back to federal workers here. let's cut federal spending in the u.s. and also cut out egypt. the founding fathers were very clear that we maintain friendly relations with all nations, but allied by none. it's hard to conceive how it enhances our national security thousands of miles away. >> bill, some people call these things bribes. some of these foreign aid programs. doesn't it amount to that? >> i'm in favor of bribes. i think liz is too much of a softy. i'd cut up all the aid. this is what we've done over the past half century, given billions of dollars, almost a trillion dollars cumulatively to nations that are run by corrupt, violent regimes and -- >> you say that's a good thing? >> no, what i'm saying is that we've been giving away this money thinking that the money would wash away the violence and the corruption and it does not wash it away. it irrigates it. i would cut off. >> sabrina, a plague on all your houses, b
LINKTV
Mar 2, 2013 7:00am PST
situation in syria is at the forefront of john kerry's first trip as secretary of state. he is due to arrive in egypt in the next half-hour or so. perhaps a little bit of confusion at this point. john kerry is not actually down to meet president morsi today. >> it is likely it will be tomorrow, and everyone wants a piece of john kerry when he arrives. he is seen as a man who perhaps with the right kind of egyptention can solve fractious communal interests. possibly something he will not want to get sucked into, but everyone wants time with him. >> everyone wants a piece of him on the diplomatic side of things, the official side. the egyptian people -- i wonder how they view another american diplomat coming -- i will not say tell them how to run their country, but to add his 2 cents . >> that is just the issue. a lot of egyptians resent the fact that john kerry has said as much as he has already. the plans are over his virginia to the in the opposition party, but that is being taken as some kind of tacit support by john kerry for the muslim brotherhood, who many in the opposition feel
CSPAN
Mar 5, 2013 1:00am EST
press and said that this is probably the thing that john adams is most criticized for. abigail, i believe, supported john. abigail was even more vehement during i think she is even more conservative than john during that time. >> the upshot of this, the people who were breaking the alien and sedition acts -- >> you could be jailed. >> it was said that the press made things up. he had no standards. it was not the they were supporting the french, but they were making up stories that were not the truth europe adams was very seriously worried about this. jefferson -- that were not the truth. adams was very seriously worried about this. jefferson felt that the states should be passing the alien and sedition laws. he was very much in favor of the states. at that time, people did not have the same or about suppressing the press that we have today. >> it was in the heat of the moment. rex right. >> stephen from chicago. >> they say history repeats itself. i was wondering if there any presidents and first ladies or first couples that most resemble or are analogous of the adams is -- of the
NBC
Mar 3, 2013 5:30pm PST
stalemate shows no signs of giving way. house speaker john boehner insists there won't be any resolution if it means more revenue after a tax increase on the wealthy earlier this year. >> the president got his tax hikes january 1st. he got his tax hikes. $650 billion with the tax hikes on january 1st. i'm gonna say it oneore time. the president got his tax hikes on january 1st. >> reporter: boehner's senate counterpart agreed. >> so far, i haven't heard a single senate republican say they would be willing to raise a dime in taxes to turn off the sequester. >> reporter: the white house is still relying on the public's power to persuade congress. >> our hope is that as more republicans start to see this pain in their own districts, that they will choose bipartisan compromise over this absolutist position. >> reporter: the next budget battle, a fight later this month to continue funding the government. at least on that, there appears to be consensus. >> the president this morning agreed that we should not have any talk of a government shutdown. >> the president doesn't believe in manufacturing
NBC
Mar 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
traveling with secretary of state john kerry. tonight, they are in doha, where andrea is with us live. and, andrea, what about the u.s. piece of this and what's been the early reaction? >> reporter: well, first of all, we are talking about a $50 billion, billion with a b, two-way trade with the united states, most of it oil. venezuela is the fourth largest exporter to the u.s. of oil and it is the largest exporter of oil in the hemisphere. so, this is a very big deal. we've had no relationship to speak of, as you just said. for two years, we haven't even had an ambassador there. the white house has scrambled and has issued a statement tonight saying, "at this challenging time of president hugo chavez's passing, the united states reaffirms its support for the venezuelan people and its interest in developing a constructive relationship with the venezuelan government. as venezuela begins a new chapter in its history," the white house said, "the united states remains committed to policies that promote democratic principles, the rule of law and respect for human rights." there is supposed
CBS
Mar 3, 2013 6:00pm PST
budget cuts last, the greater the kind of damage senator john mccain warned about on "face the nation". >> if you deprive the military of the ability to train, the ability to have flight hours for our pilots an air crews the ability of our people to have the right kind of equipment to fight with then you are putting us in danger. >> reporter: with military pay and support to the troops in afghanistan off limits the rest of the defense department must absorb $43 billion in cuts. an across-the-board 9% reduction to every program. a bad situation that after meeting with the joint chiefs of staff on friday, new defense secretary chuck hagel vowed to make the best of it. >> we will manage these issues. these are adjustments. we anticipated these kinds of realities and we will do what we need to do. we are sure for the capabilities of our forces. >> reporter: hagel could get some relief as early as this week if congress passes a defense spending bill which among other things would allow the navy to go ahead with the planned overhaul of two aircraft carriers. jeff? >> jeff: david martin, tha
LINKTV
Mar 5, 2013 7:00pm PST
support of: hello, i'm john lithgow. welcome to "american cinema." sam fuller, a great director and a veteran, says the only way to make a war movie realistic is to have someone with a rifle stand behind the screen and shoot at the audience because war is so gruesome that nothing on the screen can ever really capture it. during world war ii, hollywood produced films which softened war realities with tales of heroism and valor. the platoon of "bataan" and "guadalcanal diary" portrayed an america true to its ideal, if not its reality; a model of ethnically diverse americans working together. there was always a tension between hollywood's portrayal and filmmakers' experiences. directors like john ford and sam fuller, who had really seen battle, brought a deeper urgency and understanding to the films they made. they left a legacy for the next generation. when it came to vietnam, the conventions of hollywood didn't match the soldiers' reality. filmmakers like francis ford coppola, michael cimino and oliver stone recreated modern war with a vision that was grippingly realistic, but sometime
PBS
Mar 3, 2013 8:30am PST
terrifying. until one day, my internist called my husband and said, "well, you have to take her to johns hopkins. we need to find out if she's got throat cancer someone's missed, parkinson's, als." in one hour at johns hopkins, they diagnosed me with spasmodic dysphonia, which is... >> hinojosa: when you heard... when they finally said, "oh, we actually have a diagnosis," was that liberating? was it like, "oh, my god"? or was it absolutely terrifying? >> i had already suspected it. i had begun doing my own research. and it seemed to me that what was happening to me matched this kind of problem, which begins in the basal ganglia of the brain, hits wen 50 and over-- which is right where i was, 50 and over-- causes the vocal cords to clench inappropriately. there is no known cause, no cure. the only treatment at the time: injections of botox botulinum toxin directly into the vocal cords, which i had every four months from 1998 until last september. and maria, i am so glad to tell you that i have begun working via skype with a voice coach in los angeles. >> hinojosa: wow. and it's making a b
PBS
Mar 8, 2013 8:00pm PST
revenue issue because in some ways, one of the things that john boehner, the house speaker came out and said that it's off the table that there would be anymore revenue. from the short run he's right. >> it certainly looks that way. but what's intriguing that the administration's response is let's not try to move around the immovable object of speaker baner or the senate minority leader mitch mcconnell who is dead set against that. that's why you set the outreach to paul ryan, the chairman of the budget committee perhaps in hopes of maybe doing an in-run around the leadership. gwen: does what happen in washington matter when it comes to wall street or when it comes to these job numbers? is washington action or inaction driving the markets at all or depressing them? >> oh, absolutely. i would say that the main reason that the stock market has had such a good strong start to the year is because washington didn't tank the economy of doing a variety of silly things like defaulting on the national debt. the absence of a negative is a positive. gwen: it goes without saying that there is a lot
MSNBC
Mar 5, 2013 10:00am PST
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MSNBC
Mar 4, 2013 10:00am PST
usually have to pay extra. chris, by the way, in case you're wondering, andrea is traveling with john kerry. she's going to have a big interview with him tomorrow. she's literally halfway across the world. chris, the white flag of the budget debate has been waived. i guess the idea of a march madness of budget showdowns totally off the table. how do you read sort of what happened from, say, friday afternoon when the president said, you know what, sequester is going to happen, it's dumb, but it's not the end of the world, and what we heard this weekend from speaker boehner? >> well, i mean, you know, chuck, i would like to think that it's very likely that we're not iffing to have another showdown on march 27th and the days leading up to it over shutting down the government. i think it's probably the party has recognized it's not in their best interest, but i would say, look, it is hard for me to go back to the language used around the sequester when it happened. this will never happen. this is a sort of thing you're bringing into place so we don't do it, and say, you know well, definit
MSNBC
Mar 8, 2013 3:00am PST
awake? producer john tower with the answers. >> nick in new hampshire writes, up snowblowing the driveway at 4:30 a.m. can you ask dylan when we're going to get our next snowstorm? i don't trust you. the house across the street is on fire. fire trucks everywhere. >> quick, go out the window, let me know if you see cory booker saving any dogs or cats because you never know. great show, everyone. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ i am the eye in the sky ♪ looking at you >>> i want to thank rand paul for making this brave stance because it is good to know that they cannot kill us. and i am sure there is no classified second legal opinion overriding that one which we don't know about. it doesn't change my opinion. no matter what anybody says, i love drones. you hear that, drones? stephen love you. >> good morning. that's a wintry mix if i've ever seen one here in new york city on this friday, march the 8th. with us on set, msnbc "time" magazine senior political analyst, mark halperin. national affairs editor for "new york" magazine and msnbc political analyst, john heilemann. "fo
FOX News
Mar 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
satisfied? >> he absolutely marks that has cleared the path for what we believe to be john brennan's next cia director. they're taking it up on the senate floor, and after the short learn from attorney general he writes: it has dom my attention you asked a question does the president have authority to kill a american on american soil. the answer to the question is . no last hour we heart hid reaction. he said, here e.r.a. 13 hours of talking the senate floor. got a very short and direct answer. so he hass' sore feet, but bottom line, he got an answer from the administration. he is satisfied and john brennan's confirmation process is moving forward. >> some republicans blasted him for the filibuster. >> that's right. john mccain and lindsay graham took to the floor earlier today and said they did not approve of the filibuster. half of the republican caucus of the course of the afternoon and evening joined him on the floor asking him questions, but mccain said it wasn't serious. to the realm of the ridiculous. >> there you had mccain and graham ripping rand paul, but the top senators i
Current
Mar 7, 2013 3:00pm PST
up at the house and do well there? >> that's going to be top. this is enormous pressure from john boehner from his own caucus who has repeatedly said to him don't violate the rule which says that essentially the mantra don't bring up a proposal unless it has majority support of your caucus. any one of these gun control proposals will not have majority support of republicans. can enough pressure be put on for moderate republicans on boehner as well as democrats and the president and saying, look, given the crisis with gun violence in the country, you owe at least a straight up or down vote and let the chips fall where they may. the vetting is that house speaker john boehner may allow more some proposals for straight up or down vote, or he may say we're just not going to go there. >> michael: totally underscoring the importance of the role of the house speaker in all of this. thank you, david schuster, current tv's own. >>> the second challenge is getting a budget passed in this polarized congress. today president obama took republicans to dinner in order to pave a way for the budge
FOX Business
Mar 10, 2013 1:00am EST
. >> no, it's not. >> reading his work, but it is a rocking awesome. john: rocking awesome. these kids say school is fun. >> yes. john: how is it fun to learn? >> they just teach us and of fun way. john: you guys look forward to going to school in the morning? >> yes,. john: interested in math. >> yes. >> reading a. >> rating. john: work? [laughter] john: that charter gets top test scores and spends less money per student. no, not all charters are great. some are worse than regular schools. that's okay. if a charter is bad, it fails and goes away. that is what brings improvement. by contrast, for years the government monopoly schools never closed. kids were trapped. the beauty of charters or vouchers or tax credit for schools is choice. al at least some parents can take the school they think best and if it isn't taken tickets elsewhere. that competition, the beginning of a free-market will make schools better. that is our show. we'll see you next week. ♪ $20,000. >> if you can't get enough log on to foxnews.com for the after the show show which begins in moments. >> brenda: the bulls
FOX
Mar 9, 2013 10:30am PST
the worst day that you have had recently, and then compare that to the day that john ross, 21 years old, san antonio, texas, recently had. this is john in an altercation and this is being filmed by mike miller from his new business, a gamers lounge he just opened and eventually john notices mike is filming and he first flips the bird and then does this. >> whoa. >> what the [ bleep ]. >> he goes and punches mike through the glass store front hitting mike in the process. we have pictures of the injuries that mike suffered. here is his hand. here is the front of the store. ironically, george foreman boxing poster in the background. you may be wondering what's going on here? >> yeah. >> according to mike who shot this video john ross of the working at a business right next to his. john was under the impression he won the lottery, $25,000, and went to work and said, you know what, i am out. quit his job because he thought he won the lottery. thought. >> he wasn't sure? >> yes, he wasn't sure because he didn't win the lottery. then he went back to his job, asked for his job back, and the
MSNBC
Mar 3, 2013 12:00pm PST
there with civil rights leaders. john lewis among them. also house majority leader canter is there. and a few hundred folks have gathered. they will be doing what they do just about every year at this time, marching that bridge. joining me from atlanta, the daughter of one of the men who led one of the marchs down the bridge, burn s king. good to see you. >> thank you. good to see you. >> first of all, let's start with your thoughts as you see folks gathered today. >> well, you know, i think about a quote my mother said. she said a struggle is a never ending process. freedom is never really won. you earn it and win it in every generation. as they gather for bloody sunday it's a reminder that every generation has to be vigilant to ensure that the freedoms that we have fought for are preserved. and so this is important. we have to keep this before people's memories because we don't want our memories wiped out and we don't want to go back to the horrible time period. >> all of this happening this year as one of the organizers of the jubilee as it is called and organizers pointed out that t
Comedy Central
Mar 4, 2013 7:25pm PST
-- >> i can answer that question, jon. >> jon: john hodgman. [cheers and applause] >> the answer, ladies and gentlemen, for lack of a better word is greeb, greeb is good. greeb is right. greeb works. >> jon: sorry, i know you are doing a speech from wall street but it soand sounds like you are saying greeb with a b. >> yes, obviously. greeb, my friends cuts through all the. >> jon: john, sit down for a second. the gourdo gecko speech in the movie is famous and it's greed with a d not with a b. it's not greeb. >> check your shoulder pads, human league, the 80s are over. greed is done it the did the its job. the wealthy are wealthier than every before. our corporations corporations an unprecedented hoards of cash. we need a word for when you want everything but still want more. >> jon: i'm pretty sure it's still greed. >> not according to the merriam-hodgeman dictonary. >> jon: i thought it was merriam-webster. >> i merged wit. i cost me an ingroceneous amount of money. >> jon: that's not a word. >> it wasn't, it is now. >> jon: those mergers were not good for the economy and not f
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